It’s easy to learn, adaptable to a range of abilities and keeps all players challenged and active throughout play. Holding a tournament is the perfect way to get students excited about math!
Designed for as few as 6 or as many as 450 students tournaments can easily be worked into a classroom routine or turned into an annual event.
Here you will find everything you need to have a successful program.
What You'll Need:
If you and your students are new to Math Dice we’ve got you covered! You’ll need just 30-60 minutes for a quick presentation and playtime.
Perfectly suited for the math dice novice these tournaments are non-competitive and all about having fun.
Ready to crown a Math Dice champion? For those motivated by healthy competition these tournaments have players move from station to station so that they are matched with competitors of similar ability. The games end with one clear winner!
Download these as Powerpoint files and display the challenges on your screen or whiteboard. Play them together as a group. This is a super fast way to get your entire class engrossed in math and math discussions for 5 to 10 minutes at a time.
Select a Challenge Set to download, print out and make copies for your student players. Students can play these games solo or in teams.
You can solve these challenges with less than a perfect score which means that other players and teams can do better or worse than you. Great opportunity to meet at the end of a challenge and everyone compare scores and playing strategies.
Downloads - Math Dice BOWLING:Math Dice 6 Pin Bowling Challenge # 1 Math Dice 6 Pin Bowling Challenge # 2 Math Dice 6 Pin Bowling Challenge # 3 Math Dice 6 Pin Bowling Challenge # 4 Math Dice 6 Pin Bowling Challenge # 5 Math Dice 6 Pin Bowling Challenge # 6 Math Dice 6 Pin Bowling Solutions
Great activity for a classroom or a math-inspired Parent Night! Plays just like Bingo except players use the called-out Scoring Dice to calculate which Bingo number they choose to cover.
If you can calculate it, you can cover it!
Math Dice Teachers, you’ve come to the right place. We have the DICE!
Join our Math Dice teacher community and host your very own Math Dice tournament! If you’re looking for a way to spend less money to fill your classroom with more Math Dice, you’ve come to the right place.
ThinkFun is offering participants of our Math Dice Program a special deal; 12 Math Dice for the
price of $36.
You’ll need to send a copy of the tax exempt certificate for your school district via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) unless your school district resides in the following states: Delaware, Montana, New Hampshire, Alaska, and Oregon.
We can send you an invoice or you can prepay with a credit card over the phone.
Yes, you can pay through a purchase order. If you need a quote beforehand in order to create this purchase order, Mark is happy to give you one over the phone or in an email.
Yes, you can! Please send Mark an e-mail with the titles you’re interested in. A list of all our games can be found at:
The most fun part of MathDice is using Powers. Powers make math come alive! This module will give you and your students a full dose of powers....if you’re ready to take the plunge!
Here you will find great “Math Talk” materials - themed Math Dice challenge sets you can solve and talk about as a group.